Understanding Your Breasts | Breast Conditions

If those little bumps around your nipples get plugged up, don't panic. We've got you covered.

This condition can cause deep sadness, anxiety and irritability when breasts are stimulated.

These star-shaped lesions are usually benign, but it's important to rule out cancer.

Here's what to expect from this test and how you can prepare for it.

Whether you have a lot or a little, there is no normal when it comes to hair on your areola.

Newsflash: Sometimes they don't point outward—and that's usually okay.

While intraductal papilloma is usually benign, you should still get screened to rule out cancer.

By assessing the type of pain you're feeling, we can narrow down the cause.

Learn the symptoms of common breast conditions to stay proactive with your breast health.

Before assuming the worst about a lump, see what evidence says about cysts and cancer risk.

Clogged milk ducts can lead to mastitis if untreated. In some cases, home remedies can help.

Discharge can occur for many reasons, but it's not necessarily a red flag.

Lumps in the breast are completely normal, and learning how to react will reduce stress.

Don't fret—those tiny bumps on your areola are actually normal.

Common breast conditions may cause worrisome symptoms, but most aren't cause for worry.

Small blemishes on your breasts may be unsightly, but they're probably NBD.

Know the truth about the solid, noncancerous breast lumps often found in women.

While these often require no treatment, a biopsy or removal is necessary in some cases.

Found in women’s breast tissue, complex fibroadenomas may increase the risk of breast cancer.